must not foster or perpetuate this conceptual hangover from the adjectival form of "bright
Brights work set the stage for correlating biochemical derangements and tissue pathology with clinical disease.
In Brights writings, one finds a remarkably accurate clinical description of acute glomerulonephritis: "A child, or an adult, is affected with scarlatina .
The term bright
is a recent coinage by two brights
in Sacramento, California, who thought our social group--which has a history stretching back to the Enlightenment, if not before--could stand an image-buffing and that a fresh name might help.